Alpine Success Story | Daniel Likakis

Daniel Likakis

Hospitality Management Diploma , Distance Learning
Front Desk Shift Leader, Royal Olympic Hotel, Athens

“Swiss Alpine Center, one of the premier Hospitality & Tourism Business Schools in Europe, was my first and final choice when I decided to further my education. Since I am working full-time as a Front Desk Shift Leader with changing shifts I needed to be able to study with flexibility and Swiss Alpine Center gave me that possibility with the Hospitality Management Diploma through distance learning, self-study.

The journey has been long and challenging at times, but exciting too and the support and encouragement I received from the President of Alpine’s International Programs, Mrs. Sybil Hofmann was and will always be remembered because she was there to inspire me to continue at times when I needed someone to push me through and to never stop learning new things!

The Hospitality Management curriculum broadened my theoretical knowledge about the Industry and gave me the tools and skills to better myself. Besides the Hospitality Management Diploma(s) that I was jointly awarded by Swiss Alpine Center and the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute, I was also awarded The Certificate(s) of Specialization in Rooms Division Management,  and I can finally say with honour and pride that I am now an Alpiner!!


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the Swiss Business School for Hotel & Tourism Management is celebrating 32 years. Established in Athens in 1987, it is the pioneer of hospitality management education, a la Suisse! Alpine has attracted students from over 70 countries in the last three decades, making it a truly international institute of learning.

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